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Anne-Louis Girodet : “Aurora and Cephalus” (c. 1810)

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The goddess of the dawn, Aurora, fell in love with the shepherd Cephalus. She eventually seized him at daybreak, bringing him to the heavens while he slept — the scene Girodet has painted here. Later, missing his wife, Procris, Cephalus begs to return. Aurora agrees, giving him a magic spear that kills every target, including his wife, when he mistakes her for an animal in the brush.

Credit Line: Text courtesy of The Cleveland Museum of Art.

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